james may on the moon

anonymous asked:

Hi TT :), I just went on your marauders threads masterpost and none of the links worked. Honestly it might be my computer (I have a super nasty virus atm) but then it might not be. To give you an idea, every time i scroll over the links the typing cursor comes up (y'know the one with the lines that highlights stuff) I've refreshed the page quite a few times and nothing seems to be working. I will carry on refreshing and see if it will work, but for now I just thought you ought to know :)

(( OOC: Yeah, I’m not sure what’s going on there. :P I’ll try and get that fixed… but in the meantime… let’s see if this works: 

MARAUDERS THREAD MASTERPOST:

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Staff Sgt. Shawn Rose an Aerospace Physiology Technician with the Air Force Research Laboratory, and Rudy Purificato, 311 Human Systems Wing Historian, react to James May as he describes the graying of his color vision during production of a documentary by BBC, James May on the Moon which commemorates the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission which was the first to put a man on the Moon. May was spun to several Gs in the AFRL Centrifuge at Brooks City-Base, TX. His experience allowed him to be more familiar with the experiences of Apollo 11 Astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr., during the initial phase of launch which entered orbit of the Earth 12 minutes after takeoff. (US Air Force photo/Steve Thurow)